GUNS N' ROSES: Hammerstein Ballroom Video Clips Available

Low-quality video clips of "Welcome to the Jungle" and "November Rain" from last night's (May 12) GUNS N' ROSES concert at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City have been posted online. Check them out:

"Welcome to the Jungle" (video)
"November Rain" (video)

A bunch of pictures from the show can be found at BrooklynVegan.com.

As previously reported, GUNS N' ROSES' first show in more than three years kicked off at roughly 11:00 p.m. with the opening 1-2-3 punch of "Welcome to the Jungle", "It's So Easy" and "Mr. Brownstone", and featured a guest appearance by former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach, who traded off lead vocals with Axl Rose in "My Michelle". The much-rumored appearance by ex-GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Izzy Stradlin never materialized, although the band did debut a replacement for guitarist Buckethead in the shape of Ron Thal (a.k.a. Bumblefoot) of the New York City-based alternative-rap-metal project BUMBLEFOOT.

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